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Yvonne Brewster (Paperback) Loot Price: R996
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Yvonne Brewster (Paperback): Lambert M. Surhone, Mariam T. Tennoe, Susan F. Henssonow

Yvonne Brewster (Paperback)

Lambert M. Surhone, Mariam T. Tennoe, Susan F. Henssonow

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yvonne Brewster, O.B.E. is a stage director, teacher and writer. Born in Jamaica, Yvonne Brewster went to the UK to study drama in the mid-fifties at the Rose Bruford College and the Royal Academy of Music. She returned to Jamaica to teach Drama and she also jointly founded The Barn-Jamaica's first professional theatre company. Upon her return to England she worked extensively in radio, television, and directing for Stage Productions. In 1985 she jointly founded Talawa Theatre Company with Mona Hammond and Carmen Munroe using funding from the Greater London Council. In 1993, she was awarded an Order of the British Empire for Services to the Arts in the Queen's New Years Honours list; and in 2001 she was granted an honorary Doctorate from the Open University. She published her memoirs titled The Undertaker's Daughter in 2004.


Imprint: Betascript Publishing
Country of origin: Germany
Release date: October 2010
First published: October 2010
Editors: Lambert M. Surhone • Mariam T. Tennoe • Susan F. Henssonow
Dimensions: 152 x 229 x 6mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 96
ISBN-13: 978-6133214569
Categories: Books > Arts & Architecture > Performing arts > General
LSN: 6133214562
Barcode: 9786133214569

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